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Pompey (disambiguation)
Pompey or Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus was a Roman statesman.Pompey may also refer to:*Pompey, Meurthe-et-Moselle, a town in Meurthe-et-Moselle department, Lorraine, France*Pompey, New York, a town in Onondaga County, New York, United States

Ponce
-Persons:* Antonio Ponce de Santa Cruz*Camilo Ponce , President of Ecuador 1956–1960*Carlos Ponce , Puerto Rican actor, singer, and composer*Daniel Ponce de León , Mexican professional boxer

PONCHO
The Patrons of Northwest Civic, Cultural and Charitable Organizations is a non-profit corporation in Seattle, Washington whose annual fund-raising auction has long played a significant role in funding the arts in Seattle. However, over the years, the gala auction slowly ceased to be profitable and will not occur after 2008, being replaced by smaller art and wine auctions

Pond (currency)
The Pond was a currency unit issued in the Orange Free State, and the South African Republic. It was prepared for, but not issued, in New Griqualand.The word pond is Afrikaans for the word 'pound'

Ponder
Ponder can mean:* To engage in thoughtIt can also refer to:* Permanent brain, the usage of the opponent's time for thinking in turn-based games* Ponder, Texas, a town in the United States

Pong
Pong is one of the earliest arcade video games, and is a tennis sports game featuring simple two-dimensional graphics. While other arcade video games such as Computer Space came before it, Pong was one of the first video games to reach mainstream popularity

Pong (disambiguation)
Pong is a 1972 video game created by video game pioneer Al Alcorn.Pong can also refer to:*Pong, British slang for odour, especially unpleasant*Amphoe Pong, a district in Phayao Province, northern Thailand

Ponga (band)
Ponga was a Seattle-based improvisational quartet composed of Dave Palmer , Bobby Previte , Skerik and Wayne Horvitz . Ponga's performances and recordings were entirely improvised with no over dubs. The quartet started in 1997 and upon their first self-titled release in 1999 toured North America, Europe and Japan to excellent reviews

Ponginae
Ponginae is a subfamily in the hominidae family. It contains a number of genera, all but one extinct:*Pongo *†Gigantopithecus*†Sivapithecus*†Lufengpithecus*†Ankarapithecus*†Ouranopithecus*†Griphopithecus

Pongo (disambiguation)
- Places :* Pongo , canyon or narrow gorge in the Upper Amazon* Ppongo River , several rivers or estuaries in Africa- People :* Tom 'Pongo' Waring , English footballer* Joe Cantillon , U.S

Pongo (geography)
A pongo is a type of canyon or narrow gorge along rivers in Peru, especially on the Marañón River and its affluents, in the Amazonas Region.See:

Ponor
A ponor is a natural surface opening that may be found in landscapes where the geology and the geomorphology is characterized by some kind of karst.

Pons
The pons is a structure located on the brain stem, named after the Latin word for "bridge" or the 16th-century Italian anatomist and surgeon Costanzo Varolio . It is superior to the medulla oblongata, inferior to the midbrain, and ventral to the cerebellum. In humans and other bipeds this means it is above the medulla, below the midbrain, and anterior to the cerebellum

Ponticelli
Ponticelli may refer to:*Ponticelli, an eastern suburb of Naples, Italy*Lazare Ponticelli , the last surviving official French veteran of the First World War*Ponticelli

Pontifex
PONTIFEX was a mid-1980s project that introduced a novel approach to complex aircraft fleet scheduling, partially funded by the European Commission’s Strategic Programme for R&D in Information Technology.Since the mathematical problems stemming from non trivial fleet scheduling easily become computationally

Pontiff
A pontiff was, in Roman antiquity, a member of the principal college of priests . The term "pontiff" was later applied to any high or chief priest and, in ecclesiastical usage, to a bishop and more particularly to the Bishop of Rome, the Pope or "Roman Pontiff".-Etymology:The English term derives through Old French pontif from Latin

Pontoon
Pontoon may refer to:* Float , an air-filled structure providing buoyancy* Pontoon , the Australian/Malaysian casino game* Pontoon , a chiefly British version of the card game blackjack

Pontoon (boat)
A pontoon is a flotation device with buoyancy sufficient to float itself as well as a heavy load. A pontoon boat is a flattish boat that relies on pontoons to float. Pontoons may be used on boats, rafts, barges, docks, floatplanes or seaplanes. Pontoons may support a platform, creating a raft. A raft supporting a house-like structure is a houseboat

PONY
PONY may refer to:*PONY Baseball and Softball*PONY Magazine*Pony

Pony
A pony is a small horse . Depending on context, a pony may be a horse that is under an approximate or exact height at the withers, or a small horse with a specific conformation and temperament. There are many different breeds

Ponytail
A ponytail is a hairstyle in which most or all of the hair on the head is pulled away from the face, gathered and secured at the back of the head with a hair tie, clip or similar device, and allowed to hang freely from that point. It gets its name from its resemblance to the undocked tail of a horse or pony

Poo (film)
Poo is a Tamil language film released in November 2008. It stars Srikanth and Parvathi Menon in the lead roles. Upon release the film opened to widespread critical acclaim and turned out to be one of the best films of that year.-Plot:

Pooch
Pooch can refer to:* A colloquial term for "dog"* Project POOCH, a rehabilitation program pairing dogs with incarcerated juveniles* Pooch punt, a kick in American football* Pooch Café, a webcomic* Pooch Hall, a track and field athlete

Pood
Pood , is a unit of mass equal to 40 funt . It is approximately 16.38 kilograms . It was used in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. Pood was first mentioned in a number of documents of the 12th century.

Poodle
The Poodle is a breed of dog. The poodle breed is found officially in toy, miniature, and standard sizes, with many coat colors. Originally bred as a type of water dog, the poodle is highly intelligent and skillful in many dog sports, including agility, obedience, tracking, and even herding

Poodle (insult)
A poodle in politics is an insult used to describe a politician that obediently or passively follows the lead of others. It is considered to be equivalent to lackey.

Pooh (band)
Pooh is an Italian pop band formed in 1966. They are referred to in the plural as i Pooh .-Current lineup:*Roby Facchinetti , Vocals and keyboards from 1966

Pook
Pook is a surname, and may refer to:* David Pook , English former professional footballer* Edmund Walter Pook , Englishman accused of the Eltham Murder* Jocelyn Pook , English composer and viola player

Pooka (disambiguation)
Pooka may refer to*Pooka , British pop duo*Púca, faery creature of Celtic folklore*A race of rabbit-like beings in the video game Odin Sphere*An enemy in the Dig Dug series of games*Pooka, Anya's dog in Anastasia

Pool
-Pools of water:*Swimming pool, an artificially enclosed body of water intended for swimming*Reflecting pool, a shallow pool designed to reflect a structure and its surroundings:

Pool (album)
Pool is an album by John Zorn featuring his early "game piece" composition of the same name. The album, first released on vinyl on Parachute Records in 1980, and later released on CD on Tzadik Records with an additional bonus track featuring a test recording of Archery as part of the The Parachute Years Box Set in 1997 and as a single CD in 2000.-Reception:The Allmusic review

Pool noodle
A pool noodle is a cylindrical piece of polyethylene foam, sometimes hollow. Pool noodles are used by people of all ages while swimming. They are useful when learning to swim, for floating, for rescue reaching, in various forms of water play, and for aquatic exercise

Poole (borough)
Poole Borough Council is the local authority for the borough of Poole in Dorset, England. Poole was first given borough status in 1342, and in 1568, it was granted legal independence from Dorchester and Dorset jurisdiction when made a county corporate by Elizabeth I

Poole (surname)
Poole is a surname, and may refer to:Glen Poole, UK Arborist* Adalbert Poole, Canadian politician* Andy Poole, Canadian jazz musician* Austin Lane Poole, historian* Barney Poole, American football player

Poolside (album)
Poolside is the title of a 1986 album by the American pop–Latin freestyle–electronic dance music group Nu Shooz. It was released on Atlantic Records in the U.S. in the May 1986. At the time, the band was creating music in both the synthpop and freestyle genres

Poon
Poon may refer to:* The Calophyllum, also known as the "Poon tree"* Poon * Po-on , a novel by Filipino author F. Sionil José

Poop
Poop may refer to: * Feces, waste product from an animal's digestive tract expelled through the anus** Defecation, the act or process by which organisms eliminate feces** Pooper-scooper, used by pet owners to pick up their pet's fecal matter

Poop deck
In naval architecture, a poop deck is a deck that forms the roof of a cabin built in the rear, or "aft", part of the superstructure of a ship.The name originates from the French word for stern, la poupe, from Latin puppis

Poor
Poor is an adjective related to a state of poverty, low quality or pity.People with the surname Poor:* Charles Henry Poor, a US Navy officer* Charles Lane Poor, an astronomer* Edward Erie Poor, a vice president of the National Park Bank

Poor Boy (Split Enz song)
"Poor Boy" was a song written by Tim Finn and recorded by Split Enz for their 1980 True Colours album. It was released as a single in the UK only.- The song :

Poor white trash
Poor White Trash may refer to:*Poor White Trash, a 2000 film by Michael Addis-See also:*White trash, an American English pejorative term referring to individual or groups of lower social class Caucasian people that the speaker considers to lack social status

Pootle
Pootle is an online translation management tool with translation interface. It is written in the Python programming language using the Django framework and is free software originally developed and released by Translate.org.za in 2004

Poots
Poots may refer to:*Edwin Poots , politician from Northern Ireland*Imogen Poots , British actress

Pop (magazine)
Pop is a British fashion magazine co-founded in 2000 by Ashley Heath and editor Katie Grand. The initial creative directors for the magazine were Lee Swillingham and Stuart Spalding

POP (Point of Purchase typeface)
POP , in Japanese ポップ体, is a mono-weight typeface for the Japanese Kanji writing system. It is similar to both sans-serif and script-based typefaces in the Latin alphabet. The POP typeface is designed to effect the look of handwritten Kanji, as though produced by a felt-tip marker

Pop (song)
"Pop" is the first single by *NSYNC from their third studio album, Celebrity. It was written by Wade Robson and Justin Timberlake and produced by BT using his famous "stutter edit" sound. The song's subject focuses on contemporary criticism of boy bands and pop music, and assures the public of their music being addictive and not being a trend

Pop (video game)
Pop is a WiiWare and iOS video game by Australian developer Nnooo. The game was released in North America on May 12, 2008 as a WiiWare launch title, and in Europe on July 4, 2008. It was released by Electronic Arts in Japan on July 29, 2008. The iOS version was released on the App Store on March 5, 2009

Pop art (disambiguation)
Pop art is a visual art movement that emerged in the 1950s in Britain and the United StatesPop art may also refer to:*PopArt: Pet Shop Boys – The Hits, an album by the UK electronic music duo Pet Shop Boys

Pop group
Pop group may refer to:* a band that plays some genre of popular music* a band that plays pop music * The Pop Group, a British post-punk band* Pop! , a 2000s UK pop group

Pop gun
A pop gun is a toy gun that uses air pressure to fire a small tethered projectile out of a barrel via piston action

Pop music
Pop music is usually understood to be commercially recorded music, often oriented toward a youth market, usually consisting of relatively short, simple songs utilizing technological innovations to produce new variations on existing themes.- Definitions :David Hatch and Stephen Millward define pop music as "a body of

Pop Music (album)
Pop Music Is a compilation album by American Punk singer Iggy Pop, compiled of songs from the Arista years : New Values, Soldier and Party.-Track listing:# Loco Mosquito - 3:16# Bang Bang - 4:07# Tell Me a Story - 2:47

Pop music (disambiguation)
Pop music can refer to:*Pop music, a musical genre*Popular music, popular forms of music in a general sense*Music that appears in record charts due to a high number of sales and/or extensive airplay*Pop Music , a 1996 album by Iggy Pop

Pop quiz
Pop Quiz was a British television quiz programme that originally aired on BBC1 from 4 July 1981 to 28 December 1984 with a Top of the Pops special from 4 January 1994 hosted by Mike Read, It was then revived from 21 May to 9 July 1994 on the same channel but this time hosted by Chris Tarrant, it was revived again on Red TV from 14 June 2008 to 30 August 2008 with Mike Read returning

Pop rock (disambiguation)
The term pop rock may refer to:*Pop rock, a subgenre of pop music*Pop Rocks, a carbonated candy*Pop Rock , a Japanese racehorse

Pop Tart (album)
Pop Tart is the debut full length album from Melbourne's Little Nobody. This album was released on IF? Records in September, 1998 in Australia.-Track listing:# "Sparkplug"# "Nobody's Driving"# "Tobacco-stained Mountain Goat"# "Fear of a Black Bat"

Pop-Up
Pop Up is the debut album by French electropop trio Yelle. It was released in France on 3 September 2007 by the EMI-owned label Source Etc. The album peaked at number sixty-one on the French Albums Chart, and went on to sell 20,000 copies.-Promotion:

Popcorn (1991 film)
Popcorn is a 1991 American horror film, directed by Mark Herrier and written by Alan Ormsby.- Plot :A group of film students plan an all-night horror film festival in order to raise funds for their cinema club. They decide to show a number of horror films from the 1950s that rely on gimmicks such as 3-D, Odorama, and electrical "buzzers" in seats

PopCorn (game)
PopCorn is a Puzzle/Action game by French developers Christophe Lacaze and Frédérick Raynal and was released in 1988.- Overview :The game was released as freeware for DOS PCs with a CGA graphics adapter, and received a reputation for being an improvement over the PC version of Arkanoid. The game was also released with the European version of Little Big Adventure 2

Pope
The Pope is the Bishop of Rome, a position that makes him the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church . In the Catholic Church, the Pope is regarded as the successor of Saint Peter, the Apostle

Popgun (comics)
Popgun is an award-winning comics anthology series created by Mark Andrew Smith and Joe Keatinge. Popgun was published by Image Comics starting in 2007. The driving concept behind Popgun is a mixtape of graphic short stories that cross the borders of all genres

Popinjay
Popinjay may refer to:* Old-fashioned term for a parrot * A dandy or foppish person* Popinjay , a shooting sport that can be performed with either rifles or archery equipment